The CEO of the National Aquarium in Baltimore plans to get wet to commemorate World Oceans Day.
Major changes are happening at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. It’s becoming more interactive for visitors.
Officials at the National Aquarium in Baltimore say they are eliminating scheduled dolphin shows.
Baltimore’s floating wetlands are growing.
A seal that normally makes its home in the waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans made its way to the Baltimore area this week.
The National Aquarium, located in Baltimore’s downtown Inner Harbor area, fittingly sits just above the harbor’s edge. It’s a great destination for any family large or small looking to see some spectacular marine-life, swimming mammals, tropical forests and wild extreme animals. The aquarium, the nation’s first National Aquarium, was built in the early 80s, but with extensive expansions and renovations, this gem of the harbor has kept its charm and amazing exhibits. Make sure to check the website for various admission discounts.
Baltimore is home to numerous family friendly attractions: a state-of-the-art aquarium, interesting museums, and various other places families can visit to get to know and enjoy Baltimore.
Mike Schuh had “People Are Talking” about the National Aquarium in Baltimore’s 30th anniversary celebration. “Manic Monday” was performed by the National Aquarium employees. Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Colt and Brad McCoy about their new book, “Growing Up Colt.”
The National Aquarium turns 30 on Monday and everyone’s invited to the party! Also, back-to-school shopping tips.
The National Aquarium marks its 30th birthday with free festivals and activities that spill over to Monday.
Baltimore or Charm City’s Inner Harbor sits on what used to be the city’s main port for commerce, shipping and water-fare activity. Now the vibrant and picturesque waterfront is home to many restaurants, national attractions, professional sporting events and arenas, concert halls, historical sites and naturally, some nautical adventure.
Pneumonia and internal bleeding killed two dolphin calves at the National Aquarium.